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Guidelines for Exporters of Selected Fruits and Vegetables to Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland

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One of a series of carefully researched 'how to' manuals for governments, exporters and agencies. In full colour, glossy and spiral bound, the manual answers central marketing questions such as: market preferences in terms of shape, size and type of product, good selling seasons, and import legislation.

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The Finnish Market

Finland, although having a small population of 5 million, 0.8 million of whom are concentrated in the Helsinki region, is a wealthy country heavily dependent on imports for its fruit and vegetables, making it a fairly attractive market for exporters. The demand for fresh fruit, except apples, is almost entirely met through imports. Steady growth in consumption has increased annual imports from 220,000 tons in the early 1980's to 255,00 tons by 1990.

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